Tuesday, October 17, 2017 - 13:00
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The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) is the UK's National Measurement Institute and a world-leading centre of excellence in developing and applying the most accurate measurement standards, science and technology available. NPL employs over 500 scientists, based in SW London, with a 36,000 square-metre purpose-built building with 388 of the world's most extensive and sophisticated measurement science laboratories. NPL offers a range of undergraduate and posgraduate opportunities, from placements (summer & year-long) and graduate roles to PhD/post doc projects.
Dr Cyrus Larijani, Surrey alumnus, has a 1st degree in geophysics and an MSc in Environmental Chemistry. He then completed an EngD in Nuclear Engineering with Surrey while working full time at NPL as a Higher Research Scientist/Senior Research Scientist. Cyrus will talk about his career journey from degree/PhD to Nuclear Strategy Lead at NPL. He will be joined by Holly Stemp, 3rd year MPhys student, who worked on the non-uniqueness associated with Standard Platinum Resistance Thermometers for a SEPnet summer placement at NPL this summer.
The talk starts at 1pm and ends at 2pm. Lunch is available from 12.40pm in 30BB03.
All students are welcome to attend but you need to register above as places are limited.